Gordon Bulloch Re-Signs For Glasgow

Gordon Bulloch, the Scotland hooker, has re-signed for Glasgow Rugby. The 27-year-old forward visited the team's office to sign the three-year contract this afternoon, only a few hours after he had been named in Scotland's squad for the match against the Barbarians at Murrayfield on Saturday 1 June and the subsequent tour to North America."We are delighted that such a well-established player has committed himself to three more years with us," David Jordan, Glasgow Rugby's Chief Executive, said this afternoon."We appreciate that it appears to have been common knowledge that Gordon would be continuing with Glasgow Rugby. But to be fair to him we could not officially announce it until his signature was on the dotted line," David Jordan added.Bulloch first played for Glasgow in the pre-professional days, making his debut in November 1995 against the South African tourists, Griqualand West, and he subsequently captained the Glasgow professional team when they reached the European Cup quarter-final play-offs in 1997-98. Since 1998, when the Scottish professional teams were revamped, he has played 84 games for Glasgow Rugby (originally Glasgow Caledonians), and he has led the team 30 times.Bulloch's international debut was against South Africa in 1997, and he has now played 39 times for Scotland. He has scored four tries for the national team, including two against Wales last month, when Scotland closed their Lloyds TSB Six Nations" Championship campaign with a 27-22 victory at Cardiff's Millennium Stadium. He has also a Test appearance for the British and Irish Lions to his name as he played as a replacement in the first match of the series in Australia last year.Gordon Bulloch, the Scotland hooker, has re-signed for Glasgow Rugby. The 27-year-old forward visited the team's office to sign the three-year contract this afternoon, only a few hours after he had been named in Scotland's squad for the match against the Barbarians at Murrayfield on Saturday 1 June and the subsequent tour to North America."We are delighted that such a well-established player has committed himself to three more years with us," David Jordan, Glasgow Rugby's Chief Executive, said this afternoon."We appreciate that it appears to have been common knowledge that Gordon would be continuing with Glasgow Rugby. But to be fair to him we could not officially announce it until his signature was on the dotted line," David Jordan added.Bulloch first played for Glasgow in the pre-professional days, making his debut in November 1995 against the South African tourists, Griqualand West, and he subsequently captained the Glasgow professional team when they reached the European Cup quarter-final play-offs in 1997-98. Since 1998, when the Scottish professional teams were revamped, he has played 84 games for Glasgow Rugby (originally Glasgow Caledonians), and he has led the team 30 times.Bulloch's international debut was against South Africa in 1997, and he has now played 39 times for Scotland. He has scored four tries for the national team, including two against Wales last month, when Scotland closed their Lloyds TSB Six Nations" Championship campaign with a 27-22 victory at Cardiff's Millennium Stadium. He has also a Test appearance for the British and Irish Lions to his name as he played as a replacement in the first match of the series in Australia last year.